Medical Myth – Adult Congenital Heart Disease cures. Penn State Health 2

Medical Myth – Adult Congenital Heart Disease cures. Penn State Health 2

This is a very common misconception. Not only amongst patients and families but among many physicians. Think of congenital heart surgery as a palliative procedure, adults can often have occurrences of complications that were there in childhood, new complications or something entirely different. Hence, the importance of seeing your ACHD specialist and your ACHD specialist […]

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Talk Trillium Episode 11 – Cardiac Health Program at Trillium Health Partners

Talk Trillium Episode 11 – Cardiac Health Program at Trillium Health Partners

♪♪♪ ♪♪♪ (Patti Cochrane) Hello and welcome to “Talk Trillium: Partnering for Patients.” I’m Patti Cochrane, Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer at Trillium Health Partners. We have three sites across Mississauga: the Credit Valley Hospital, the Mississauga Hospital, and in South Etobicoke, the Queensway Health Centre. I’ll be your host on “Talk Trillium,” […]

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Lisinopril: Cardiac Uses and Mechanism

Lisinopril: Cardiac Uses and Mechanism

Hello and welcome to “VideoScript” presented by Drugs.com today in the first of three presentations we are reviewing lisinopril a commonly used medication in the class of drugs known as angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors or ACE inhibitors lisinopril is available genetically and by various brand names including Prinivil and Zestril it is also formulated in combination […]

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Matters of the Heart

Matters of the Heart

I would take three steps then I had to stop because I couldn’t breath. I’d go another three steps and I’d have to stop. That’s how severe the cardiac a problem was with my heart. My name is Jeffrey Shorr. Last year I went through treatment for my congestive heart failure here at RWJ Physical […]

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5 warning signs of early heart failure

5 warning signs of early heart failure

5 warning signs of early heart failure. It’s an unfortunate truth that your body slows down in your sixth and seventh decades. Climbing a flight of stairs that you once took two at a time can now feel as daunting as scaling Mount Everest. While some degree of vitality loss can be attributed to natural […]

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